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Hi Phil and thanks for some input. The $30,000 figure came from my accountant when he crunched the numbers. He found the $78,000 cap. gains rollover when he went through tax returns from '88 to 1999.
(side note-I'm suing my lawyer!) I have faxed my accountant with a number of questions but I have to wait until after tax day passes to get in and talk to him. Someone at my school recommended a real estate lawyer to talk to...would you agree? Thanks, Pam
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